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witnesses? >> i have great regard for the f.b.i. but i don't know how you can do a forensic examination three weeks after the fact when so many people have access to the facility. why did it take them three weeks to get in there? thirdly, why did they leave so quickly? so many unanswered questions about this going all the way back just in terms of 9/11 before going over the last year. now it turns out the more security was requested, it was not provided. the story is coming through the administration. the whole thing with the f.b.i., again i have great respect for them. to wait for three weeks to go in and then go in and out in one day. i know they have locations but how can you have a crime scene investigation when you are not at crime scene. >> gregg: when journalists can recover sensitive documents literally weeks before the f.b.i. even get there, what does that tell you about the obama administration's handling of this? >> i have never seen any more mishandled issue. this involved the lives of americans and security of americans, involves a terrorist attack of americans, every stage
aide to mayor gray, will be sentenced on krums charges. brooks admitted in may that he lied to the fbi about funneling money to fringe mayoral candidate suleiman brown. brown says he was paid by the gray campaign to bash then mayor adrian fenty. they expect brooks will be sentenced to probation and not jail time because he was providing substantial assistance to their investigation. brooks is one of three former aides to plead guilty to corruption charges. >>> kwame brown is under new strict rules until his sentencing next month. the u.s. district judge from 6:6 -- set a curfew from 11:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. he failed to report by phone three times. the former d.c. council chairman must follow these rules in order to remain free until his sentencing. >>> 12 people have died from that meningitis outbreak linked to tainted steroid ininjections. a 70-year-old man died from the same strange of fungal meningitis. virginia has confirmed 24 cases, including one death. maryland has eight cases of meningitis, also one death there. the tainted steroid shots used for back pain came from a massachus
nations the '90s. >>> the fbi now thinks that border patrol agent may have died by friendly fire. nicolas ivey was shot and killed in california. initially officials said ivey and his colleague were wounded after responding to a censor. authorities say the only shell casings found at the scene were those belonging to the agents. >> as you know, investigators are made progress into the investigation into agent ivey's death andre looking into the possibility that it was a tragic accident. the result of friendly fire. the fact is the work of the border patrol is dangerous. all of us wear the uniform know this and yet this special creed of men and women willingly put themselves in harm's way to serve their country and to protect their communities against those who wish to do us harm. >> that news comes as homeland security secretary janet napolitano traveled to arizona to meet with officials and ivey's family. reacting to his death, napolitano said in part "this tragedy reminds us of the risks our men and women confront, the dangers they willingly undertake while protect our facing's borders.
with the fbi to solve the murder mystery. >>> metro blames stolen electronics for a spike in its latest crime report. the transit agency says crime is up almost 7% between january and now compared to last year. 79% of reported cases involve property damage, such as car break-ins, thefts, and arson. the other 21% include robbery, assault, rape, and homicide. those cases were reported at the anacostia rail spags. that was covered by college park and gallery place. >>> tomorrow the transit agency will hear plans to accommodate the inauguration crowd. metro plans to create a specially priced commemorative smart trip card. riders will have to pay peak time fares despite inauguration falling on the martin luther king holiday. >>> kwame brown will learn his fate next month on felony bank fraud charges. until then, the former d.c. council chairman must follow a strict sur fcurfew and other st rules. the judge set a curfew of 11:30 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. for brown. brown was ordered to return to court yesterday because he failed to report to authorities by phone three times. brown must follow these rules i
there was no protest, and cameras reveal that, and the state department, the fbi and others have that video. >> reporter: in the last few minutes we heard from the head of diplomatic security, eric nordstrom, he said at all levels of government there were requests to have fully armed units at that consulate, and a request to extend a special team from the defense department was also denied. >> reporter: thank you so much catherine herridge. we'll listen to more of the testimony in a moment. but we want to remind you about the four americans who lost their lives in service to our country. ambassador chris stevens had devoted his life to a career in international relations. before serving as our ambassador to libya ambassador stevens was 52 years old. shaun smith was a ten year veteran of the state department, married, a father of two. glen doughtry was working for a private company when he was killed. he had spent 9 years as a navy seal. 42 years old. tyrone woods spent two decades as a seal and began a career as an independent contractor. he is survived by a wife and three sons. the state d
minutes. i want to confirm the fbi is doing the investigation. they do not have custody, and another agency dallas. -- another agency does. >> we were not invited. >> your committee did know about it. >> we were not invited. >> i learned about it in a discussion with the secretary of state. there were surprised to see me. i am glad i went there. >> we do not want to do anything to interfere with an ongoing investigation, do we? >> i would like this can need to have the 50-minute tape before the press has it. we should of had it before today. it is not interfering with an investigation. we were told, for example, that when the wall was blown up some months earlier, they did not sit blown up because they did not have the video equipment and it was pointed the wrong way. they did not have enough people to man the top. they did not have the people inside. much of that is beyond the scope, but since people told us what assets they did not have, yes, i would like to see what that tape did discover. ms. lamb told us there was somebody monitoring the talks. i would like to see when they bega
on her way to school, speak out for the first time, as fbi agents swoop in on jessica ridgeway's home. dogs scouring the backyard for new clues. >>> developing now. a prostitution scandal rocking the tourist town of tenenbaum. a zuma fitness instructor is charged and a trove of videotapes. everyone there is bracing as police prepare to release her client list. >>> 50 cents, please. >> good grief. >> he's a good man, that charlie brown. so popular, he's headed back to the big screen with snoopy, lucy, linus and all his pals. why even's on their feet for "peanuts" right now. >>> and good morning, everyone. it may be raining outside. but that music puts you in such a great mood, doesn't it? >> brings me back. >> it sure does president gre. great to have you here. amy robach. robin is recovering from her transplant. >>> big rallies for both candidates in the battleground state of ohio. and this morning, polls continue to show a surge for mitt romney. >> and listen to this story. it outraged me and everyone here all morning long. a young, 14-year-old girl. she inspired so many as a symbol
. >>> well, this morning, the fbi is trying to track down a large amount of money stolen from an airplane that landed at philadelphia international airport. the aircraft came from dallas, but it wasn't until the cargo reached the federal reserve that officials realized that a lot of the funds were missing. the fbi says the stolen money was brand-new, $100 bills. they were not scheduled to be put into circulation until next year. certainly have a new look with them there. let's go now to your weekend weather. expect some brilliant sunshine here in new york city. which seems to contrast to this harbinger of winter. that's the 30 rock ice rink. it opened officially for the season just moments ago, everyone. i'd like to be out there but i'm going to stay here for awhile. weather channel meteorologist maria larosa is joining us with the forecast. >> alex, good morning. we had a major storm system beginning to wrap up in through the central plains. you can see with the clouds and the showers and thunderstorms already beginning to develop. this is the area that will likely see severe weather thr
of the fbi and you talk about radical islam or say the words islam orgy had. you get fired. indam t training manuals in the state department. this administration refused to highlight how radical islamists are killing children. alyn: l'sop y me bng in vain and allowing to us talk about it more. thanks for bringing it to our attention today. a giant restaurant chain is reatening to slash ior s. 18000 people will be busts from full time to part time. is this the future of the american economy? also house lawmakers demanding to know what went wrong on the ground in libya. baorhantnclung er/1 ths fr pointing within the obama administration intense guys over who knew what when. colonel ralph peters. >> approximately:4m.oc d akenc a full-scale assault. they forced their way through the pedestrian gates. used diesel fuel to set fire to the libya bde bck prdewa tai bung e reinpa aaltlt callmperial structured settlements. the experts at imperial can convert your long-term payout into a lump sum of cashoday. five days later, i had a massive heart attack. bayer aspirin was the first thing e em gavme. to
-- >>> it was so safe that the fbi couldn't get in there. >> sean: an investigation?! this is a terror attack! they had
agent. the fbi now thinks he may have died by friendly fire. 30-year-old nicholas ivy was shot and killed this week in arizona. shell casings found at the scene was fired by ivy and another agent who was wounded. >> as you know, investigators have made progress into the investigation into agent ivy's death and are looking into the possibility that it was a tragic accident. the result of friendly fire. >> ivy is the third border patrol agent killed in the line of duty this year. >>> and in colorado, an amber alert has been issued after a 10-year-old girl disappeared on her way to school. this is a picture of her. take a look. the search was delayed because the girl's mother didn't know she was immediately missing. the mother slept through calls from school officials saying she had not arrived. police searched the surrounding area, but so far nothing. >>> the number of cases of fungal meningitis is growing. 47 people have been infected. it was distributed in 23 states, but now has been recalled. five people have died. our chief medical correspondent dr. sanjay gupta has much more
. >> reporter: at roadblocks police and fbi agents are stopping everyone asking questions, searching cars. >> in the last couple of days, weeks, have you heard anything suspicious? >> reporter: cops are saturating the streets knocking on every door. a team of divers was sent to check a lake near jessica's house but found nothing. police are even scanning social media for clues. >> we were hoping that we were going to get anything, just a piece that was really going to steer this investigation and way, and we still are -- it's a very broad investigation. we just don't have that piece yet. >> reporter: jessica left home friday morning to meet up with friends for the walk to school, but the girl with the pink and purple glasses never arrived. her school called home, but her mother, sarah, who works nights and was asleep, missed the call. she woke that afternoon to a nightmare. by the time she called police, jessica had been missing eight hours. investigators are now reviewing recent calls for possible connections. they note that just two weeks ago, jessica's school sent home a letter warning
department, the f.b.i. and others have that video. speaking of video, the one in california made by an individual and out there for a period of time also clearly had no direct effect on this attack. >> when i was in libya, good part of the day, never once did a person ever mention a video. never. >> two documents obtained by congressional investigators, we now know that there were at least 230 security related incidents in the year leading up to the attack on the consulate in benghazi. at the hearing today, we heard from lieutenant colonel wood who recently oversaw a military security team in libya. >> it was apparent to me that we were the last flag flying in benghazi. we were the last thing on their target list. >> what we also heard today, a fact that was reported by fox news at thend of september, is that the consulate in benghazi did not meet the specific physical standards mandated by the state department for a posting that is high risk for terrorism and high risk for civil unrest, bill. >> a dangerous country. thank you, reporting in washington. the white house has taken a
september 16th would have said that ambassador rice said. >> there was no protest the state department fbi and others have that video. >> the one in california made by an individual and out there for a period of time also clearly had no direct effect on this attack. >> your knowledge on the situation in libya, did you come to a conclusion as to whether it was a terrorist act or whether it was based on a film that was on the internet? lieutenant colonel wood? >> it was instantly recognizable to me as a terrorist attack. >> insurance santly recognizable? why is that? >> main ly because of my prior knowledge there i almost expected the attack to come. we were the last flag flying it was a matter of time. >> you heard it there. the other question now facing the obama administration is who is to blame for all of this. bill o'reilly asking colonel ralph peters if it was going to fall on secretary of state hilly cloin ton. >> secretary clinton is a survive. she took the innovation course and clearly doesn't want to take the rap. she knows how deep this problem goes. >> i can asewer you no serious
the attack four americans dragged out and murdered there, we tried to get back. remember that story, the f.b.i. couldn't get back for weeks to the exact sight. >> brian: they were staying there 24 hours. >> steve: apparently there was -- this is where the white house in one of the instances fell down. they needed coordination between the libyans and department of justice and f.b.i.. the white house should have made that happen. they did not. people are starting to connect the dots. it looks like a cover up. last night on the bill o'reilly program. brit hume sat down with bill, smells like a problem for the white house. if this president were a republican, this would be a big story on all of the channels which currently it is not. >> certainly it is fair to say if it was a republican president. >> they would be going wild. >> a huge to do not only in the security and intelligence failure and senate cover up. that trail would be picked up it has fallen to fox new to follow up. >> pbs news did a good job. it comes down to cheryl. >> she is a very good reporter and that is one phase of the story.
seriously. the lapd and fbi are on the trail of the mystery white powder, which turned out not to be anthrax. >> you do a 360 around the package where it came from that can give you lead. >> reporter: meanwhile bristol was doing the pasodoble, her dance for survival. >> bristol get the aggression out it works! >> reporter: nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> a lot of twisted people in the word. wow. >> my goodness. don't vote for her. don't have to send her white powder. >> relax, everybody. it is a dancing show. woo. more from abc next. powder. >> relax, everybody. it is a dancing show. woo. more from abc next. >>> this morning on "world news now" -- unprecedented attack. state department officials reveal vivid new details of last month's deadly assault in libya. >> the information comes ahead of a key hearing today on capitol hill. it's wednesday, october 10th. >> announcer: from abc news this is "world news now." >>> good wednesday morning. i'm sunny hostin in for paula faris. >> always good to have you back, sunshine. >> good to be here. >>> good morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. we'l
that are active and we have four dead americans at a compound that as a member of congress i can't visit. the fbi had trouble getting in there to visit it. so that's -- it's still a problem. >> jason chaffetz, going to be an interesting hearing tomorrow, thank you very much for previewing it today. >> up next, sentencing day for jerry sandusky. you're watching "andrea mitchell reports" only on msnbc. getting the right amount of sleep not only improving your mood, enhances learning, memory and health. daily exercise can help you get a better night's rest. for the average adult doctors recommend getting seven hours of sleep. i have a cold, and i took nyquil, but i'm still stubbed up. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus liquid gels speeds relief to your worst cold symptoms plus has a decongestant for your stuffy nose. thanks. that's the cold truth! and these come together, one thing you can depend on is that these will come together. delicious and wholesome. some combinations were just meant to be. tomato soup from campbell's. it'
by the administration, let's understand, there was no protest and cameras reveal that and the state department, the fbi and others have that video. >> democrats charged the hearing itself was politically motivated and that republicans have left them out of the investigation. here was ranking member cummings. >> we need to carefully investigate allegations that have been made over the past week and we need to run them to the ground before we jump to conclusions. we should not be about the business of drawing concludes and then looking for the facts. >> for more on today's hearing and the politics behind it we're joined by capitol hill correspondent kelly o'donnell. i guess the fundamental question is, not just the motive, people are partisan by nature in politics, but the idea of something really being covered up here. how did they proceed there today and get anywhere with that? >> the republicans who are running this committee really wanted to get at why was the government giving out information they now acknowledge was incorrect? the video you talked about was somehow the spark that set this off. ther
now telling nbc news that the federal prosecutors along with the fbi have launched a criminal investigation into the democratic lawmaker's finances, including possible misuse of funds monitored by congress. more on all of these stories throughout the next hour. >>> first, though, right now mitt romney is heading to a rally in lebanon, ohio. that rally set to begin in about an hour. the event taking place at a restaurant actually owned by ohio senator rob portman's family. just wrapped up in portsmouth where he talked about the presidential debate. he also hammered the obama campaign for continuing the use of "sesame street" references. >> in times like this, what is he talking about? saving big bird. when i'm president, i'm going to help save the american family and get good jobs for every american. . >> nbc's peter alexander is on the bus with the romney campaign, traveling to that 5:45 event. he is live on the phone with us. pete, this second rally of the day in ohio, i imagine we are probably going to hear a great deal of what we heard at the first, no doubt. >> craig, you'
have been recalled. >>> the fbi and local police are asking for your help in identifying a man who robbed a d.c. bank. police say this man robbed the td bank on connecticut avenue northwest last friday. he went up to a bank teller, demanded money, and then left the bank and hailed a taxicab to make his getaway. if you know who this man is, please contact d.c. police immediately. >>> a fairfax man is facing a weapons charge for bringing a loaded gun to reagan international airport. tsa agents found the gun in the man's carry-on bags on friday as he tried to go through the security checkpoint. police confiscated the .9 millimeter semiautomatic pistol, the ammunition, and the magazine. they cited the passenger and allowed him to continue on to his flight to dallas. >>> some residents in prince george's county said they're fed up with deteriorating conditions in their apartments. it's spread to more than 1,000 units in the bedford station. renters are dealing with holes in the floors and ceilings and bed bugs, and management isn't doing anything to fix the problem. >> we're not being r
lied to the fbi about payments to brown. prosecutors accepted the lighter sentence in exchange for information into gray's 2010 campaign. >>> now the live desk with break news out of the middle east. >> masked gunmen have killed a u.s. employee of the embassy in yemen. the yemeni man was on his way to work on thursday. the attackers were apparently on a motorcycle and opened fire on a cardozo rig the man who headed an embassy security team. as we get more information we'll pass it along. >>> the dalai lama will visit charlottesville, virginia, to speak about compassionate medical care. he will speak during two events, one which will be held at an outdoor pavilion in downtown. it is part of a larger tour of college towns which wraps up later this month. yesterday he was at the college of william and mary in williamsburg. there he spoke about treating enemies with compassion and the consequences of war. >>> it is 5:51 now on your thursday morning. time for weather and traffic on the 1s. veronica johnson is here with a chilly start to the morning. >> it's not quite cold enough to
agent killed arizona. the fbi thinks he may have been killed by friendly fire. they said they came under fire after responding to a sensor that went off. but authorities say the only shell casings found at the scene were those belonging to the agents. >> as you know, investigators have made progress into the investigation into agent's death, and they're looking into the possibility that it was a tragic accident. the result of friendly fire. the fact is the work of the border patrol is dangerous. all of us who wear the uniform know this and yet these men and women willingly put themselves in harm's way to serve their country and protect their communities. against those who wish to do us harm. >> that news comes as homeland security secretary janet napolitano travels to arizona to meet with officials and the family reacting to the border patrol agent's's death, she said in part, quote, this tragedy reminds us of the risks our men and women confront, the dangers they willingly undertake while protecting our nation's boards, end quote. he's the third border patrol agent killed in the line of
focusing today and the fbi is involved as well? is that right? >>. >> reporter: yeah, that's right. the fbi got on board over the weekend. investigators were working overnight and searching. that search continues this morning. bloodhounds are also on the case. investigators say that they are going to once again go door-to-door in westminster. that is the suburb where jessica lives. they're doing this also in superior where that backpack was found. initially cops are asking the school district for help on this. they want to know kids who know jessica or go to school with her heard or seen anything that might appear suspicious of the they are not at that point asking for any additional volunteer searchers. bill? bill: let's hope for the best. skun -- alicia acuna live in colorado. patti ann: search for answers after the deadly attack in libya. congress set to hold hearings into the terrorist attack that killed four americans. subpoenas just went out. lawmakers are especially interested hearing from one man. we'll tell you who it is hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as pa
why -- you know, they just now like 20 days later sent the fbi in, because they said it was too dangerous to send the fbi to benghazi to investigate this. they provided no security. they let their guard down. an ambassador -- i'm playing it out. an ambassador dies because of that. they got one warning after another and ignored it, and so now i guess it makes sense for them. i'm doing this on the fly. now it makes sense to say, there was never any protests. we could is never known this it happened, so it just happened spontaneously and who could have saved the ambassador's life? i guess, willie, that's why they're doing it. >> we're going to hear more. the darrell issa hearings begin today and we hear from the head of security in libya who said he sent cables, one in march and july asking for additional security there because of the threat he believed there was and did not get a response. >> all right. let's go to politico. >> keyword we've been using, we employed the word four or five times in the last two minutes. we guess, we guess. we don't know. >> politico. >> they won't sa
regime that most had not noticed. through the 2011 cover story rape is rape that we reveal the fbi 80 year-old definition under accounts by hundreds of thousands every year. that was part of a larger feminist campaign to kick off a firestorm resulting in more than 140,000 letters in the mails to the fbi and attorney-general demanding the definition be changed. it was. we succeeded. [applause] "ms." magazine is always ahead of the mainstream news of coverage of women and girls. it for sounded the alarm about the war on within eight years ago in 2004. you will recognize me the inaugural cover wonder woman fighting for peace and justice. for the 40th anniversary issue we decided to feature the iconic super hero on the streets of washington d.c. with women marching to stop the attack on a women's rights to vote as if your life depends on it. [applause] wonder woman is the enduring symbol of women's power we could think of no better way for women to use the power of their votes in the coming election. you will hear about that today and you can ask questions to fill out the cards on your ta
commanders, with dhs, fbi and other agencies in government. we need to see an attack coming in order to defend against that attack. we are looking at ways to strengthen cipher command as well. we must ensure that it has the resources, the authority, the capability required to perform this mission. it must also be able to react quickly to events unfolding in cyberspace and fully integrate cyber into all of the department also plans and activities. finally, the third area is to build stronger partnership. as i have made clear, securing cyberspace is not the sole response ability of the united states military or even the sole responsibility of the united states government. the private-sector, government, military, our allies all share the same local infrastructure. we all share a deep responsibility to protect it. we are deepening cooperation with our closest allies with the goal of sharing that information, that a mighty cheer capabilities, and determining malicious activities -- maximizing sheered capabilities and determining militias activities. we have made cyber a major topic of di
. >> when you had computers in the fbi that were 10 years old that weren't talking toker ocomputers the cia? that should have been correct would. >> meanwhile, mitt romney has a spring in his step after both of these debates, he was proud of paul ryan and obviously proud of his own performance at his debate. is he in ohio with renewed energy. >> i have had the fun of going back and forth across ohio and this week i was also in florida and iowa. i was in north carolina, in virginia. you know what? there is a growing yes send doe of enthusiasm more energy and passion. people are getting behind this campaign. >> i thought he was going to go howard dean there. i thought it was about to happen'. >> i was waiting for it too. >> he kicked -- >> if only howard came on the stage and. >> the romney campaign does say three times in the last couple of weeks they have had over 10,000 people at their events which is a big big number to cross. >> a little over 20 days to go. can you believe it? >> um-huh. >> can it come soon enough? >> all right, in the meantime, let's get to your headlines. more news to
to al qaeda. >>> the fbi says friendly fire is likely to blame for the death of a federal agent in arizona. nicholas ivy was killed and another agent injured in tuesday's shooting. police have arrested two men who could be connected to the incident. the agents were responding to an alarm that was going off near the arizona/mexico border when they came under fire. >>> a chinese factory that produces iphones is shut down for now as thousands of workers have gone on strike. the employees at fox con factory are upset over increased quality control demands and being forced to work during a national holiday. a labor watch group says workers beat quality control inspectors after management ignored their complaints. this is the latest in a long line of problems at fox con factories. last month 2,000 workers were involved in a giant brawl. >>> safety investigators are looking into a possible recall of some honda minivans and suvs. the national highway transportation safety administration says they have received complaints about the honda odyssey and honda pilot for model years 2003 and 2
even noticed right up to our 2011 story declaring rape is rape in which we revealed the f.b.i.'s 80-year-old definition of rape under counted rapes in this country by hundreds of thousands every year. that was part of a larger feminist campaign and kicked off a fire storm resulting in 140,000 e-mails and letters to the f.b.i. and attorney general demanding the definition be changed. it was, we succeeded. mrs. mrs. mrs. has always been ahead of the main stream news when it comes to coverage of women and girls. "ms." first sounded the alarm about the war on women eight years ago. behind me you'll recognize the cover of "ms.," wonder woman fighting for peace and justice. for our 40th anniversary we wanted to feature this iconic super hero with women marching to stop the attacks of women's rights, vote as if your life depends on it. wonder woman has been an enduring symbol of women's power and we could find no better way to urge women to use their power, the power of their vote to stand up for themselves and their rights in the coming elections. you're going to hear more about some of t
with radical islam and a f.b.i. act said do you understand you have a terrorist compound of islamic muslim training about 30 miles from your office, so you better be careful with what you're doing. that's how we became interested. >> steve: i understand a guy who was recruited out of prison to -- and wound up living with the people at the terror training camps who was working with the nypd, came up to you and he goes, look, i got to tell you the story because if people knew what was going on here, they'd be horrified. >> yeah. most people have never heard of it in the united states, a very foreign name. but almost everybody heard of "wall street journal," daniel pearl. and daniel pearl was on his way to investigate the leader of these compounds in america when he was kidnapped and beheaded and dismembered. this book and what ali has to say pretty much tells the rest of daniel pearl's investigation. they've been here over three decades; that they have committed assassinations and murders and kidnapping, that they're involved in gun running and drug running, that their whole goal is purify i
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